Tanks and armored personnel carriers passed through D.C. neighborhoods this week en route to the National Mall for President Trump's 'Salute to America.'
WASHINGTON — The military is telling Washington, D.C., residents not to panic if they see an armored personnel carrier rolling through their neighborhood.
At least two of the Bradley Fighting Vehicles were placed near the Lincoln Memorial in preparation for President Donald Trump's "Salute to America" Fourth of July event. The Bradley Fighting Vehicles were shipped from Georgia and weigh roughly 55,200 pounds.
At least two other armored vehicles, two M1A1 Abrams Tanks, are planned to be moved to the Mall Wednesday evening.